Jan 242013

Complete Guide to Choosing a Wedding Photographer

Digby & Rose, known for Custom Wedding Invitations  +  Letterpress Printing & Design, has a great infographic with helpful info on Wedding Photography.

Some of the tips include:

  • Average cost of a wedding photographer
  • 10 questions to ask your photographer
  • 5 must have pictures for your wedding

The infographic also has a handy Wedding Photography Opportunity Checklist.

This is just a general guide so take the time to research and ask questions when interviewing potential wedding photographers.

Best of luck with your Wedding Photographer search!

Jan 212013

Average Cost of a Wedding in Philadelphia, PA

CostOfWedding.com has detailed reports on the cost of weddings organized by City, State, or Zip Code.

They report that the average cost of a wedding in Philadelphia is $25,247. This is just an average and many factors influence the total cost of any wedding. They say that you should expect to spend more, anywhere from 50%-100% more, for experienced professionals.

Philadelphia DJ Entertainment Cost

For DJ entertainment, they cite $553 – $889 for an average disc-jockey entertainer.

For an experienced Philadelphia Wedding DJ, they cite the range at $1,067 – $1,422+.

Source: CostofWedding.com

Source: CostofWedding.com

Find the full wedding report, which includes Attire & Accessories, Beauty & Spa, Entertainment, Flowers & Decorations, Gifts & Favors, Invitations, Wedding Rings, Photgraphy & Video, PLanner & Consultant, and Venue, Catering, & Rentals, at this link here.

Jan 212013

The Road to Wedded Bliss

Wedding Paper Divas has a great Infographic with wedding planning statistics.


Some of the fun facts include:

  • How long it took to say “I Love You”
  • When you met your fiancé’s parents
  • How long your engagement was


Head on over to their blog to check out the full Infographic .


Jan 042013

Engagement Season is Here

It’s that time of year again – with the holidays, New Years, and Valentines Day coming up, it is the perfect time to get engaged and “pop the question” to your significant other.

With everybody already in a festive mood, it is one of the most popular times of the year for couples to get engaged. Whether surrounded by close family, friends, or 10,000 strangers, many will be saying “Yes” to the “Dress”.

Working in the Philadelphia area as a DJ and MC for 15 years and entertaining at many Delaware Valley weddings, I have heard some fantastic engagement stories. Some were spur of the moment and others meticulously planned to the very last detail. Some were in local spots such as Love Park, Rittenhouse Square, the top of the Art Museum steps, and the Jersey Shore.

Here’s to all of the soon-to-be engaged couples in the Delaware Valley….

Congratulations and best of luck with your wedding!

Dec 302012

Top 10 Wedding Music Myths

TheKnot has a great article about some Wedding Music myths regarding your DJ or band. While some are very common misperceptions, others are explained very well. A must read before you hire a band or wedding DJ.







Just a few of the common myths:

  • Your DJ will play cheesy music.
  • Your band will take too many breaks.
  • Your MC will talk too much on the microphone.

Read the very informative article here.

Your Philadelphia Wedding DJ is the blog for The Masters Group at www.mastersgroup.net.

Nov 282012

Winter Weddings: Simple Tips From A Celebrity Planner

When most people think of the popular time of year for weddings, they normally think of spring and summer. With the sun shining, a warm breeze, outdoor ceremonies and receptions are the norm. However, having a wedding in the winter is also a great time of year to bring winter elements inside the room.

Huffington Post Weddings
has some tips from a celebrity planner on how to make your wedding into a winter wonderland. A few of the ways to warm up your winter wedding are with lighting, color themes, centerpieces, etc.

You can read the full Huffington Post Weddings piece here.

Your Philadelphia Wedding DJ is the blog for The Masters Group at www.mastersgroup.net.

Aug 142012

Wedding Etiquette: 10 Rules You Can Break

Now that we are in the year 2012, some rules may seem a bit dated while others may seem a little more controversial.

Rules include who is responsible for paying, who should host the bridal shower, bridal attire choices, the dreaded “+1″ debate, and much more.

Check out the article and slideshow here.

Your Philadelphia Wedding DJ is the blog for The Masters Group at www.mastersgroup.net.

Aug 012012

The Do’s and Don’ts of Using Social Media for your Wedding

DestinationWeddings.com has a great blog post about what you should and shouldn’t say, post, tweet, pin, or share about your wedding.

Most brides are so excited once they get engaged and start planning their wedding. However, there are a few general rules that you should keep in mind.

  1. Don’t brag about how much you are spending on this or that….
  2. Don’t speak about friends or family members who may or may not be in the bridal party.
  3. Don’t go overboard when venting about your wedding planning issues.

Read the post on DestinationWeddings.com.

Your Philadelphia Wedding DJ is the blog for The Masters Group at www.mastersgroup.net.

Jul 102012

Book your Honeymoon on a Budget

Bridal Guide has some great tips on how to have a great Honeymoon without breaking the bank.


Here are just a few of the tips for engaged Philadelphia couples planning their wedding:

  • Check for deals.
  • Be Flexible with flights.
  • Be open to new ideas.

Read the rest of the Bridal Guide article here.

Your Philadelphia Wedding DJ is the blog for The Masters Group at www.mastersgroup.net.